BMW 335is (testing Canon T3i)
Made this video showing off the new 2011 BMW 335is cabriolet after buying
my new Canon T3i. A steadicam would've helped greatly here lol.
2013 BMW 335is Review, Walkaround, Exhaust, & Test Drive
Buyers who feel the 335i is too pedestrian and see the M3 as too expensive
can choose the slightly in-between 335is. Introduced in 2011, and based on
the E90 body but known as the E92 for the coupe. The 2013 model represents
the ultimate in 3-series performance but without the M3 badges. A potent
twin-turbo straight-6, quick-shifting
dual-clutch transmission, and bellowing Exhaust note certainly makes you feel like
you've got a special 335i here, and you certainly do.
Modified BMW E92 M3
BrianZuk records a very tastefully modded E92 M3, sounds and looks mean!
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2013 BMW 335is - Launch Control Demo
1st Attempt Using Launch Control @ 2,927 (s)miles on the clock.
Felt very little acceleration under 4K. Plenty above, though. ;-)
Got one good launch in around 2.5K and paddle shifting.
Still showed 0-60mph in 4.9 and 0-100mph in 10.5
Guess I need to take it to the drag strip next...
BMW 1 Series M Coupe vs BMW M3
To the M badge faithful, the BMW 1 Series M Coupe signals a return to form.
But is it? Benchmarking the 1M against an M3 would seem the perfect way to
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Shot By: Gordon Green and Corey Denomy
Edited By: Gordon Green
JB4 Drive Demos on 2013 BMW 335is
JB4-PnP (G5) on 2013 BMW 335is Convertible aka ///M2.5. Showing various
drive modes - including D-Auto, D-Auto+Sport Mode, Sport Shift+Sport Mode
and Manual Shift+Sport Mode. Enjoy...
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BMW 335is Cold Start
Cold start on our 2011 BMW 335is Coupe. Exhaust is coming out of the right pipe until
warmup when the flapper valve opens and allows Exhaust out of both pipes, just after 1:00
minute. First couple of revs are to around 1000-1500 RPM, second is to
around 3000 RPM, and the last one is to around 6500 RPM (normally a no-no
on a cold engine but just for demo purposes).
The much-talked about "burble" of the Exhaust is heard as the RPMs come down after a
The camera is a Canon point-and-shoot set on a collapsed tripod about 40"
from the rear bumper.